Dog killer Kostas Liapis, a restaurant owner in the village of Nea Stira, in the island of Evia in Greece still goes unpunished three whole years after he deliberately lured a three month old puppy with food and then broke her skull with a wooden chair.
Are you wondering about the cover image? Well, here is how it goes: the nails hidden in the sausages on the right were left for the dog to consume and die of. Well, not particularly this dog, but for any dog who had the audacity to step foot in the particular DOG park.
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Strays in Nafpactos (Lepanto for the world – it’s when Miguel de Cervantes lost his arm in a battle) are on death row. All Greek strays are on death row.
Continue reading Strays Poisoned (again) In One Of Greece’s Most “Beautiful” Towns
Prison is where animal abusers belong to, and this is where the 77 year old murdered is going. Yesterday the court found him guilty as charged, and he will be paying the price for all 16 cats he poisoned that night. Continue reading Prison Time And € 480k Fine For Cat Murderer In Greece
Murdering the strays is one of Greece’s most common traditions, practiced by individuals and sometimes even by official channels. It is a method of population control that has been going on for generations, and no matter how much animal lovers and charities try their best to protect the innocent, it is simply never enough. Being involved in Animal Welfare in Greece is never easy, but dealing with mass murder every day can make you sick. Continue reading Murdering Greek Strays In Larissa – Nominated European Cultural Capital of 2021